Why are some countries have higher unemployment rates than others?

In Australia, unemployment is high.In Britain, the unemployment rate is the highest it’s been in 50 years.In the United States, the jobless rate is higher than it’s ever been, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).However, it’s important to note that all of these countries have different demographics and different demographics have different levels […] →Read more

What you need to know about the election’s first-in-the-nation swing states

From the New York Times: *A new report from The New York Post’s election tracking team suggests that Trump may have won more than twice as many votes in Florida than Clinton did.*The election results are not yet in, but Trump leads the national race in Florida by a significant margin.In Florida, Trump leads by […] →Read more

What are netherlands residents think about their internet experience?

By Peter S. Kiebler and Mark Schmitt-LansingA growing number of Americans are getting worried about how their internet services are being handled.According to a new survey by Comscore, the US internet user base is growing by an average of 1.2 million per month.The survey found that 56% of Americans have a negative impression of the […] →Read more

How to find the population for your city

The first step is to understand the numbers in your city.In particular, the population of your city is an indicator of its size and the extent to which its inhabitants can be supported by the resources it has.There are a number of factors that can affect population numbers.First, population numbers are affected by weather, the […] →Read more

How to count the number of people living in Minnesota (and what to look out for)

How to calculate the population of a city or county by using the Population of a City and County table (see below) This method is used in the United Kingdom to calculate population figures.The table below shows the population distribution of the United States.Note: This table is not available in the UK because the tables […] →Read more

U.S. Census Bureau to release nationwide results on race and ethnicity of U.K. adults

The U.N. agency says it will release nationwide data on race, ethnicity and language in the U.T.S., as the U,S.and the UK work towards a common definition of race and a common approach to ethnicity.The agency said Thursday it will publish the results by 2030.The data will be based on data from the 2010 U.B.C. […] →Read more

How to fix your life and become rich in the next 10 years

New York City is the biggest city in the world, but how much money are you making?The average wage in the Big Apple is $20.5 an hour, but it can be much higher if you live in a wealthy neighborhood.To figure out how much income you’re making, The Hill looks at the most recent numbers […] →Read more

Australian population: latest census data

The latest census population data released on Thursday shows the population of Australia has grown by 8.5% over the past 12 months to 9.5 million, according to official data.The latest data from the Census of Population and Housing also showed that the median household income rose to $76,000 last year from $61,500 a decade ago.The […] →Read more

Google, Amazon, and the battle to shape the future of urban cities

Google, the world’s largest search engine, is launching a partnership with Amazon on a new initiative aimed at shaping urban growth.In the same way that Google’s Street View camera system helped the search giant create a map of every street in San Francisco, the partnership aims to build a map to make it easier to […] →Read more

Why you should consider migrating to Australia from Germany

If you’ve been living in Germany for more than a year, you’re no longer eligible for a work permit, and you’re also likely to be required to leave the country by March 2018.As of Monday, that would leave you with around 4 million people who have already left the country.Germany, with a population of around […] →Read more